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News Release (February 29, 1968)

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Title:
News Release (February 29, 1968)
Alternate Title:
Special to the Herald Tribune, For Use: Thursday, February 29, 1968; 1 - 122 - 2/27/68
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Book
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
February 29, 1968

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Subjects / Keywords:
History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Planning -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Records and correspondence -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Genre:
government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
News release
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United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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Three page news release.
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1 -122 -2/27/68 :Ref'. 1 lfunan C. Arthur S!tlCIAL TO T8J! H!'RALD 'X'P.IBIJ'N'F. 101 US! 1 TltU!SDAY, PEBRUAKY29, 1965 STUDENT SIMINARS SUCCESSFUL Three tudent-taught s .ainara in religion, literature and philoaophy have !)roved overwhelminoly wceeosful, aecordf ng to their originator, third year student Jerry NeuR rten. Conceived ae a meaaa of bringing students and local eitlsenB together, the classes were over-subscribed before the first seasion. Neugarten aaid that all kinds of people have showed up ran3ing in ar.e fro teenager and students to retired persona and in frOM high achool education to Ph.D's. The classes eat every Monday evmdng for five weeks, but already there !8 talk of new courses of the aame type the next celaaa tem, vhteb begins in late !-farch. Third yeaT stuclente Lee John Peters and Dale Hickam the teaching and Lee .. td abe waa startled to diaeover tbat in her literature sect.lon were a retired colle1e end a retired literature profeseor. After the elaaeee adjourn each evening, the .. atudenta" gather in Hamilton Center for cotfea plue some inter .. disctplinay eachangil of ideaa among and their "profcssora." more

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NEW COLL!GP. Pae 2 VILL VISIT The aecoad New Parent' Weelen hes been scheduled to bogiu "areh 29 and plane for aettYity-filled three days are already beina work"ed on. thlder the direction of Ura. c. v. Root of the n .. etopeent Offiee, vtaittna parent of atudenta vtll bear a by the College Ouartet, vitneaa a special entertainment production under the direction of studeuta DuffeeBraun and Geor1e Wargo, see a sailin re.-tta, a !&me, and a perfor.ance of Gilbert and Sullivan' n'I'ria l Ju!'y" perfornted by the 'New College Chorus, plug so s pecial oru a and indiv14u 1 meettn a on acod ic matters. Last year' Weekend, tha first, drew nor than 75 parents ad w s rated highly aucce stul by Mrs. Root. For ny of tho rarenta, the visit rrovidas th first opportunity to s e the and to talk with bers of tb faculty, aa well aa to eee &Ofte of the aetiviti s of th * r-ise .*arta Luz OTozeo, wbo worked as a research librarian at Rev College af.tt.ce Septeaber, ia on her way b cl: to her native Colombia. A New Collage atudeut with aa tntereat in library sci nee n, Boon follow her, bovettt Mias Orozco vas workf.nr, 1n the t1n1ver81ty o Atlantieo Library where she also atudied library science, vben aha net New College ltbrarfan ttr. Corinne Uilscm, t.o there on a iait. 'Dr. 11Uaon re -

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COLLEGE 3 inYited Klaa Oroaeo to the United State and New Collage, aad, arran1a1Mnta had been -4 with both achoola, abe uM. A.c:cordtug to Mia Oroac:o, althougb be came to Sarasota to learD .ore abovt y library ac:tanc:a, aha learned ao wac:b in addition the language and culture of tbts country durin her stay that she would like ew College atudent with atmilar interests to be !ven the to co e to Miaa Orozco eonaulted Wtlaon about the 90-bUity of' New Colle2a atudut JtOi.nl to the Untyeraity of Atlantteo. Dr. f.l11on C'tf' the ide.e, plane are not yet clefintte. "I' r-t'atcful to r. nclorf, Dr. nd the New College C:OISUntty for a r,ood tl.e and havinR patience with me,n Misa Orozco aatd. "T'll tat the people here. I hope to return to the tfnited States. and Sarasota, very aoon.N 30 -


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